ARM Offers $10,000 in Prizes for Smart Product Design Competition

The competition will run from March to June 2015 and will showcase how quickly products can be designed with ARM CMSIS software components and middleware.

Autonomous Solutions, Inc. Elected to the 2015 RBR50 Robotics Watch List

For the second consecutive year, Autonomous Solutions, Inc. was recognized by the Robotics Business Review as one of the Top 50 robotics companies to watch in the 2015 RBR50.

Swisslog Healthcare Solutions Named One of Top 50 Companies to Watch in 2015 by Robotics Business Review

Leader in hospital automation makes the Top 50 Companies to Watch list for fourth consecutive year.

ABB and SVIA to display a compact vision guided robotic machine tending cell at Houstex 2015, Feb 24-26 in Houston

ABB has also opened a 21,000 square foot facility in Houston to better support area customers with the latest robotic manufacturing technology

Proposed FAA Commercial UAS Rules

From IEEE Spectrum: Unmanned aircraft must weigh less than 55 lbs. (25 kg). Visual line-of-sight (VLOS) only; the unmanned aircraft must remain within VLOS of the operator or visual observer. At all times the small unmanned aircraft must remain close enough to the operator for the operator to be capable of seeing the aircraft with vision unaided by any device other than corrective lenses. Small unmanned aircraft may not operate over any persons not directly involved in the operation. Daylight-only operations (official sunrise to official sunset, local time). Must yield right-of-way to other aircraft, manned or unmanned. May use visual observer (VO) but not required. First-person view camera cannot satisfy “see-and-avoid” requirement but can be used as long as requirement is satisfied in other ways. Maximum airspeed of 100 mph (87 knots). Maximum altitude of 500 feet above ground level... (full article)

CLEARPATH ROBOTICS RECOGNIZED ON RBR50 LIST: MOST INFLUENTIAL COMPANIES IN ROBOTICS

Robotics Business Reviews names Clearpath Robotics to their list of top 50 companies to watch in 2015

Industrial Robot Sales Are Booming, and OCTOPUZ Joins The Trend

By the end of 2017, an estimated two million industrial robots will be operating in factories around the world.

USD 5 Million Prize International Robotics Challenge Announced

he Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge intends to attract the world's best and brightest in robotics

Robotics Business Review Announces the Top 50 Companies to Watch in 2015

With the robotics industry more competitive than ever, new companies are popping up all the time.

Changing Automation with Sensitive Robots

Critics of automation claim robots are out to replace people. The near future will show that people are definitely in control and will be able to leverage technology for greater profitability and professional satisfaction.

Call for Startups Announced for Automate Launch Pad Competition

Competition held at the Automate 2015 Show in Chicago, Illinois

Communicating Cars the Future?

If uninterrupted conversations between cars make driving safer, then self-driving cars will become safer as well.

DARPA Launches Robots4Us Video Contest for High School Students

Winners Will Earn Opportunity to Attend DARPA Robotics Challenge, Discuss Future Implications of Robotics on Society

Drone Maker 3D Robotics Releases Open-Source, Customizable Tower(SM) Flight Control App

Free App for Smartphones and Tablets Has Everything Pilots Need to Plan, Fly and Track Any 3DR-Powered Drone; Open-Source Code Allows Programmers to Build or Alter Features

SME's AeroDef 2015 Speakers Explore the Digital Tapestry of Product Development

Aerospace and defense manufacturing conference and exposition takes place April 20-23 in Dallas

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Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

The PF/PFC series tin-can stepping motors are conventional magnet-driven rotary stepper motors with a permanent magnet in their rotor core. Rotating in proportion to the number of pulses sent to the motor, the stepper motor is frequency synchronized and can change speed depending on the frequency of the pulse signal.